This course provides a framework for understanding the police role in homeland security. This course provides a broader understanding of how the concept of homeland security developed, what it means for the police, where within the scope of a national homeland security framework the police fit and how the police must have a broad, strategic focus for the adoption of homeland security to ensure goals and objectives are compatible. This course will present a more holistic understanding of policing for homeland security, what role the police will play in this new era and the strategic, operational and tactical considerations necessary to implement this new philosophy of policing.
No corequisites or prerequisites
Terms Offered: Fall
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